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, the greatest defeat perhaps in michigan, 58% of voters rejected a measure to put collective bargaining in the confusi constitution. connell, you covered the michigan results. that's a big union state. what happened? >> boy, paul, this is a huge defeat for the unions in michigan, no question about it. basically the voters looked at this and they said they weren't willing to be union's guinea pig for the plan to get their interest written in state constitutions as to way to end run any reforms that states my try like what happened in wisconsin. what's interesting about the michigan numbers looking at them though, the no vote on pop significance proposition 2, the union initiative, got about 500,000 more votes than president obama did in the state and even more votes than mitt romney. and what that tells us is that the moderates and democratic support for the unions and their interests in michigan may be weakening, that's something significant and key for michigan's state lawmakers, too, going forward if they start to look at things, like, oh, say, right to work. >> right to work initiati
not just in michigan and ohio but the car dealers in the state of vermont. so, to me this wasn't an abstract question. i voted for that bailout and i am proud to see that we are once again producing automobiles in the united states of america but we have got to go through and we need to make fundamental changes on the way that wall street does business so that we don't get back into this position again, and number two we need to change our trade policies for the products that are made in the united states of america and not china. >> moderator: mr. diamondstone, your answer, please. diamondstone: i oppose those bailouts, chrysler and general motors, but the other bailouts which were far more significant coming and we should have bought those companies including the banks, aig and the resolution backing in 2008 is that they should become public corporations, not private corporations with a bailout but public corporations owned by we the people and we could keep the jobs and keep people reasonable salaries. we don't have to pay than the salaries aig gets, the salaries that stearn
today? the michigan wolverines will tell you they're not just student athletes. that football is a full-time job. here, they were training with the navy seals last may, four months before their season began. at virtually every big program in the country, the money college football generates supports all the other sports on campus. >> what the hell are we waiting for? let's go. >> keteyian: the competition is fierce to stay on top and on tv. ( cheers and applause ) >> i'm steve kroft. >> i'm leslie stahl. >> i'm morley safer. >> i'm bob simon. >> i'm lara logan. >> i'm scott pelley. those stories tonight on "60 minutes." [ male announcer ] you're not the type of person who sets goals and only hopes to achieve them. so you'll be happy to know that when it comes to your investment goals, northern trust uses award-winning expertise to lead you through an interactive investment process. adding precision to your portfolio construction by directly matching your assets and your risk preferences against your unique life goals. we call it goals driven investing. your life has a sense of purpose.
stopped. alonzo whaley made the tackle. five-yard gain. under three minutes to go. michigan state leading by three after they held nebraska on fourth down and nine. >> chris: bo pelini takes a time-out. >> sean: 172 yards rushing now. i think bo pelini, you can read his lips, wasn't that out of bounds? you really can't allow a first down here, they will really be up against it. here is the latest bcs standings. they will change tomorrow night. alabama with a big matchup tonight at lsu. tigers have the longest home winning streak in the country, 22 in a row. k-state in action tonight on abc at 8:00 against oklahoma state. oklahoma state has won the last three in that rivalry. tomorrow night on espn and espnu the new bcs poll will be unveiled. who will rise and fall? tomorrow night at 8:30 eastern on espn and continues on espnu at 9:00. >> chris: i'm going to go with a little bit of upset pick. i think usc is going to get oregon tonight. i don't know why. >> sean: put a friendly wager on that if you want. >> chris: nothing friendly about that wager. >> sean: no, there is not. second and fiv
and results coming in from michigan. it will not be for mitt romney. this is a state that he thought he might sort of surprise the polls and went. a two-time governor. a very influential candid it. his son hoping to avenge all of that tonight. but his opposition to that of a bailout might have cost him dearly. exit polls indicated that among many, the union heavy state, that opposition did hurt him, and even though he had argued that a formal bankruptcy was in order, and that is what this rescue of the auto industry turned out to be, bankruptcy top $50 billion with the taxpayer support, for a lot of michigan residents that trumped whenever favorite sun status mitt romney could have gained. one of the states. mitt romney was expected to lose, but that put an asterisk next to it this. the romney folks are hoping to win to offset the possibility. just the possibility of a loss in ohio. there in late the argument. be picked up michigan, iowa, make up for the 18 votes, presumably lost an ohio. that does not mean that he goes for mitt romney. one of those hope for pickups that did not materialize.
of their choice reelected, they lost a bid in michigan after losing a referendum to change the michigan state constitution by an overwhelming vote of 58-42. are unions losing strength despite the re-election of the most union friendly president in our lifetime? joining us, director of labor policy for mackinaw public policy in michigan. a huge failure? >> absolutely tone deaf. you talk about what happened in michigan, talk about them killing 18,000 jobs and killing the twinkie, and now walmart. you notice all the headlines and the protesters were outside the stores. they didn't have walmart associates on strike. david: jeff points out an interesting thing is they play on the concerns of the worker, even though the workers do not want to be unionized, they say, we help you get higher pay and better benefits, ect., even if you don't want to join us to lure them in. >> funny how they do it, taking business away from wal-mart to get better pay. it's dollars and cents, and it doesn't work that way. there's a corporate campaign, trying to hurt walmart's reputation, take their business, and walmart
soon it is coming next. also, unions dealt a big loss in michigan. a referendum to amend the state constitution prohibiting lawmakers was shot down by voters by huge margin. wait until you see how much. how big of a blow is this to organized labor? find out about that later this hour. and log onto facebook.com/afterthebell, click the like button and tell us what you think about the election. i always wait until the last minute. can i still ship a gift in time r christmas? yeah, sure you can. great. where's your gift? uh... whew. [ male announcer ] break from the holiday stress. ship fedexxpress by december 22nd for christmas delivery. ♪ [ engine revs ] ♪ [ malennouncer ] oh what fun it is toide. get the mercedes-benz on your wish list at the winter event going onow -- but hurry, the offer ends soon. david: time for a look at today's market drivers. stocks giving up earlier gains in the last hour of trading with all major indices closing in the red. the s&p 500 closed below its 200 day moving average. utilities and consumer discretionary were today's top performers while technol
to. snow in michigan this evening at this college football game between northern illinois and eastern michigan. all part of a massive storm gathering steam. and the other headline? the plummeting temperatures. so, we bring in abc mrng jinger see. that system with all the snow, that's on the move tonight? >> reporter: that is. and, you know, we're going to drop off a little bit on the east coast, temperature wise but we're not going to get the snow. in places up in northern wisconsin, northern michigan, already 8 to 12 inches. let's see where that lake effect snoet moves now. still going to get a few more inches in parts of michigan and wisconsin, but look it from cleveland to buffalo, even someone's hometown named david muir, syracuse going to get snow. >> a shoutout tonight. you warned us last night, we felt the whiplash today with temperatures. >> reporter: and it was whiplash. let me show you the dramatic change that folks went through. start with chicago and what happens here on this graphic is, you're going to look on the left side, yesterday's high temperature. so, places like c
-45. and then there is michigan where the obama campaign is relentlessly spread lies about governor romney's position on the gm bailout and propaganda there has not worked and the governor is now tied with president obama and then, of course, the great state of ohio where the latest polls show that romney and the president are in a dead heat. and on the eve of mitt romney's planned visit to pennsylvania, a "tribune review" survey shows that both candidates are now locked at 47%. now, this explosive development has caused team obama to hit the panic button and are now scrambling to save the state that holds for them what they believe is the keys to the white house for the president and that means calling on the one and only former president bill clinton. he is headed to the keystone state. he has four events coming up tomorrow. but will it be enough? is pennsylvania really in play for governor romney? here to answer those questions and more the architect of george w. bush two successful presidential campaigns fox news contributor, we will see a lot of you in the next week. how are you doing? >> i will be sleepi
on foreign affairs. the gentleman from michigan, mr. camp, and the gentleman from michigan, mr. levin, each will control 30 minutes. the gentleman from indiana, mr. burton, and the gentleman from california, mr. berman, each will control 15 minutes. the chair recognizes the gentleman from indiana, mr. burton. . mr. burton: i'm very happy to yield to the very confident leader of the foreign affairs committee, ms. ros-lehtinen, for so much time as she may consume. the speaker pro tempore: the the gentlewoman from florida is recognized for such time she may consume. ms. ros-lehtinen: i thank the gentleman from indiana for the time. i plan to vote for this bill, h.r. 6156, even though i remain strongly opposed to granting russia permanent normal trade relations or pntr, at this time. i would like to explain the reasons why. those who argued for granting russia pntr, which has until now been prevented by what is known as the jackson-vanik amendment, focus on the supposedly bilateral trade benefits. the issue that concerns me and many members is not trade but human rights. advocates of repeal say
, michigan and especially wisconsin which is the home state of vice- presidential candidate paul ryan. i'm frank summerville. >> and i'm julie hanker. >> residents lined up to cast their votes but thousands have voted with mailin ballots. >> lines in other parts of the country such as ohio and florida have been long. in some cases stretching around buildings. we have coverage throughout the bay area. right now we will start with the race for the white house. rita williams is in boston but we begin with ken prichard in chicago with the obama campaign. ken. >> reporter: just within the past half hour some of the thousands of president obama supporters have been allowed in this large event venu. many received tickets because they are chicago residents and live in this area and who agreed to travel and hit the road and go to the neighboring battleground states of wisconsin and campaign for the president there in the last few days. the president wants to thank them. there are many states that are intense. pennsylvania, the romney campaign is focused on that the obama campaign is not truly a
. >> eliot:. >> jennifer: preach it. >> did you it as governor of michigan. republicans and democrats -- they're proving that this is an economic -- >> jennifer: they need to get in the ear of their members of congress. >> and in the ear of "the washington post" and "the new york times" and cnn. you mention i didn't mention fox news. the maybe stream media still -- the mainstream media still doesn't get the story right. we won't win it by fighting it in washington. it is too hard. >> jennifer: the message part you would be taking to those empties -- >> it is economics. >> jennifer: you mean personal economics or jobs? >> two things. one is this clean air economy is creating jobs. there are more people in the solar industry in the united states today than there are in the coal industry. >> jennifer: okay. >> that's one. two -- >> jennifer: like over 100,000 people. >> 119,000 americans work in the solar industry. >> jennifer: one slice. >> barely over 100,000 work in the coal industry. anybody that believes th
saw no way in tech that mitt romney would lose this fine state. michigan, another one we are watching closely. mitt romney from michigan. a lot of states, but michigan is his own. his father was a tender -- two-time governor very quickly in 1968. hoping to avenge his father's poor performance. minnesota, another will focus on this puts the number of ways, but lately mostly democrat. adam shapiro following all these developments for us right now. other things that? >> well, here in nevada the polls will be open for another hour. it is all about turn up. most of the voters, a majority voted early. more democrats voted early than republicans. republicans in nevada said that they tend to show up more or in greater numbers on election day. we will get the final numbers and another hour. we will -- your talking about the senate race. there has been a bitter senate race. the incumbent defending his seed against chile berkeley who is the representative to get caught up in a great deal of scandals leading in the polls. it looks like he will keep his senate seat, but two things that people are
lost his job as michigan assistant attorney general due to his frankly bizarre campaign against a former student body president at the university of michigan who was openly gay. now a judge has made a ruling in one part of the case. i always wait until the last minute. can i still ship a gift in time for christmas? yeah, sure you can. great. where's your gift? uh... whew. [ male announcer ] break from the holiday stress. ship fedex express by december 22nd for christmas delivery. by december 22nd alriwoah! did you get that? and...flip! yep, look at this. it takes like 20 pictures at a time. i never miss anything. isn't that awesome? uh that's really cool. you should upload these. i know, right? that is really amazing. the pictures are so clear. kevin's a handsome devil that phone does everything! search dog tricks. okay, see if we can teach him something cool. look at how lazy kevin is. kevin, get it together dude cmon, kevin take 20 pictures with burst shot on the galaxy s3. >>> breaking news on the utility company under fire for its slow response to super storm sandy. >>> a "3
shervel. he lost his job as michigan assistant attorney general due to his frankly bizarre campaign against a former student body president at the university of michigan who was openly gay. now a judge has made a ruling in one part of the case. we'll tell you about it ahead. >>> breaking news on the utility company under fire for its slow response to super storm sandy. we'll have the fallout when we continue. >>> a "360" followup to a story we followed very closely here in 2010 involving a man named andrew shervel who was fired from his job as assistant attorney general in michigan due to his actions against another young man, a man named chris armstrong. at that time, he was a student body president at the university of michigan. shervel attacked armstrong on a blog, posting photos of armstrong with a nazi swastika inside a gay flag, another that called him a racist elitist liar, all apparently because armstrong was openly gay on campus. that's the only reason. i confronted shervel at the time. >> i got to ask you, you're a state official. this is a college student. what are you do
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turnout in these swing states. i would start in terms of the impact of michigan. in 2008, remember 2008, all of you remember 2008? a historic occasion -- the first time there was a black nominee for president. in 2008, the black share of the vote in michigan, according to the exit polls, was 12%. last night or yesterday, the black share of the vote was 16%. if you remember, michigan was one of the state's the two parties jostled around. eventually, the republicans decided they were not going to win. one of the reasons they were not going to win is because the black share of the vote in michigan went from 12% to 16%. that's a big increase in terms of the vote. missouri, the black share of the vote increased from 13% of all voters in missouri to 16% of all voters. in north carolina and florida, the black share of the vote stayed the same. 23% in north carolina and 13% in florida, but i remind you, in those states, the same share as 2008, and those states both witnessed a large increase in voter turnout from 2008 to 2012. the only way black voters stayed the same share was increasing their
in michigan, you have all sorts of areas where the very best did not necessarily teach and do their research. today we are at a period of significant disadvantage for public universities in attracting and keeping faculty. so there will be some figures on salaries. the average full-time faculty member at a private research university this year is earning a little bit more than $162,000. the average salary for an assistant professor at private research universities is 89,000, which is greater than the average for an associate professor at public universities, which is 82,000. it used to be that if you look at great research universities, dealing with the same cost of living, that many times the public paid more, or was at least equal. if you look at stanford and berkeley, stanford is paying on average $40,000 per year more to their professors. duke is more than chapel hill. chapel here professors earn less on average than those at wellesley college. here is vermont. i'm looking at the data, and middlebury case more on average than the university of vermont for every faculty range. you look at
. the presiding officer: the senator from michigan. mrs. feinstein: how much time renains on our side? the presiding officer: nine minutes, 15 seconds. mrs. feinstein: may i respond? mr. levin: i have no objection. how many time remains on our side? the presiding officer: 17 minutes and 24 seconds. mrs. feinstein: i will wait until the end and give the distinguished chairman the opportunity. the presiding officer: the senator from michigan. mr. levin: mr. president, it would be my intent if we need additional time, unless there is something else that is needed about 9:30 or so when this time runs out to seek additional time for both -- for anyone who needs it, frankly. i don't know about both sides because this is a multifaceted debate we're going to have here tonight on this issue. so i would yield myself ten minutes and would ask to be notified when i get to ten minutes. mr. president, the feinstein amendment provides that no authorization for the use of military force may be construed to authorize the detention of u.s. citizens or lawful resident aliens who are captured inside the
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of michigan i issued orders for nearly 200 which is the state record. toni bunton is one of the people i felt deserved a second chance. she spent more than 16 years behind bars for her part in a drug deal that ended in murder but in 2009 after a lot of deliberation i decided to free toni from her 25 to 50-year sentence. and tonight toni is joining us from detroit. toni welcome inside "the war room." >> thank you for inviting me. >> jennifer: so tell us what have you been doing since your sentence was commuted? >> i graduated from the university of michigan with a master's degree in women's studies. i work for a nonprofit organization in detroit that provides after-school programs for girls, and ged classes for woman, and i work as a community organizer in southwest detroit, and i plan to go to law school. >> jennifer: all right. so no incidents, nothing has hand that would cause me to regret the decision right? >> absolutely not. >> jennifer: okay. so tell people -- i don't think people can imagine what it was like to spending 16 years in prison and then one day be
father george was a three-term republican governor in michigan and even ran for the 1968 republican presidential nomination. it caused team kennedy to rethink its campaign strategy. >> we had a meeting, someone said the first thing we have to do is talk about the budgetary implications of this, and he said no, the first thing i want to know is, bob, what are we going to do on television in the next couple of weeks. and i don't care about the budgetary implications. i'm not losing my senate seat. >> he scared the daylights out of the kennedys. he really did. he cleared the republican field without any problem. >> good to see you. how are you doing? >> i'm sure glad you're not a kennedy. >> go, mitt, go. >> by early september, polls have the two candidates virtually tied. so the kennedy campaign does something unprecedented. they produce their first attack ads ever. >> mitt romney's ads claim he created jobs. but what's the record? their target? one of romney's perceived strong points, his background as a successful businessman. as head of the private equity fund bain capital. one of
in the middle has to do with organized labor. >> and the freshman from the great state of michigan. don't get too attached to him. he will only go to congress for seven weeks. >> and later on the front lines of health care with our doctor office of last resort. a few film takes us inside the waiting room. >> three in the hallway. and you are going to get y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y (vo) cenk uygur is many things. >>oh really? >>tax cuts don't create jobs. the golden years as the conservatives call them, we had the highest tax rates, and the highest amount of growth, and the highest amount of jobs. those are facts. >>"if you ever raise taxes on the rich, you're going to destroy our economy." not true! [ forsythe ] we don't just come up here for the view up in alaska. it's the cleanest, clearest water. we find the best sweetest crab for red lobster that we can find. [ male announcer ] hurry in to red lobster's crabfest! the only time of year you can savor 5 succulent crab entrees all under 20 dollars. like a half-pound of tende
mississippi river and it's tributaryies. so let's start up north in michigan, which is a beautiful little vacation community on the shore of one of the greatest lakes in the history of mankind in my opinion lake michigan. owning three marinas right now they can only open up right now because water levels are at historic lows. right now lake michigan is two feet below it's average. why? because of record drought after last summer's record-breaking heat. it's not just the great lakes. if you follow the illinois tributary leading up to lake michigan into feeding into the mississippi, you finally get to st. louis. there is a 180-mile stretch of river that has withered from a thousand feet wide to just a few hundred feet. then a little further down between thebes and eye crow, cairo illinois, there are the pinnacles. they're legendary for boat captains because they had to navigate around them. but now because of the low river levels, it's impossible to pass there. now the army corp of engineers have set to destroy the big rocks in 15. right now senators and house committee members have asked t
-45. then there's michigan where the obama campaign has relentlessly spread lies about governor romney's position on the gm bailout. the propaganda has not worked he is tied with president obama. the great state of ohio where the latest polls show they are in a dead heat. on the eve of it romney's visit to pennsylvania shows both candidates were locked at 47 percent. this explosive development to hit the panic button and the state they believe holds the keys to the white house as president. that means calling on the one and only former president bill clinton. he is headed to the key scone state. he has four events holding up tomorrow. the architect of george w. bush's two successful presidential campaigns fox news contributor. >> comfortable couch i understand. >> i am looking at the polls like everyone else in america. for those who say it is wishful thinking. i do feel there is momentum for romney. >> let's divorce the national polls from the other polls. romney leads in 7 obama leads in five. 11 are tied tied. romney leads 50 percent or more in one of them obama leads with 50 percent or more i
. look at that. >> remnants of hurricane sandy. >> that is like michigan, near chicago. our reporter said the wind was swirling. people were stopping to watch these waves. he doesn't ever remember seeing lake michigan this violent with this kind of storm surge. this is just incredible. look at that. all right, the next one is heartbreaking, folks, let's go to this out of staten island, which, as we know, has been -- he told us about this. >> this is about half a mile from south beach. and nobody expected the water to go that far. so people in that area didn't even leave, and i had a friend who woke up and the water came running into their house. and that is probably why so many people died in that area. because nobody expected the water to go that far. >> he was actually in sri lanka during that tsunami, and he believes this is similar, just on a smaller scale. obviously, not the devastation but in terms of water amounts that he saw. the next thing we want to talk about, this is fascinating, a window into how our work goes, jordan shapiro took this at the brooklyn bridge, half with power,
levin: mr. president? the presiding officer: the senator from michigan. mr. levin: mr. president, i ask unanimous consent that at 2:00 p.m. today, the senate proceed to vote in relation to the udall amendment number 2985. further, there be no second-degree amendment in order to the amendment prior to the vote. the presiding officer: is there objection? without objection, so ordered. mr. wyden: mr. president? the presiding officer: the senator from oregon. mr. wyden: mr. president, i want to commend chairman levin, who has brought his usual thoughtful approach to these issues for his help specifically in two areas. i've been especially interested in. i also see my friend, senator mccain, on the floor. he and i have worked together often on these issues and other matters and i want to thank him for his wise counci counsel as . i ask unanimous consent that lieutenant colonel matt groves, a department of defense fellow assigned to my office, be granted floor privileges for the remainder of the date on s. 3254, the national defense authorization act. the presiding officer: without objection.
of wisconsin, the social sciences at the university of michigan -- you have areas where for much of the history of higher education the very best did not necessarily go to the ivy league schools to teach and do research. today, we are at a significant disadvantage for public universities in attracting and keeping faculty. to give you some figures on salaries, to set the stage, the average, full-time faculty member at a private research university this year is hurting a little more than 160 two thousand dollars. -- earning a little more than $162,000. public, $122,000. the average salary for an assistant professor at private universities is 89,000, which is greater than the average of an associate professor at public universities, which is $82,000. it used to be that if you of that great research universities, public and private, -- looked at great research universities, public and private, the close to one another, many times the public paid more or was at least equal. if you look now at stanford and berkeley, stanford is paying on average $40,000 a year more to their professors in berkeley. du
on this this morning, debbie stabenow, my great colleague from michigan talked about a constituent she met who said when are you going to change the rules? she said you sound like people who are -- you sound something like somebody who has suffered from spousal abuse and keeps suffering from it and suffering from it and suffering from it. and says i can't change it. well, of course that person can change it, and of course we can change things. and what we are trying to do on this side is come up with some changes that will make the senate flow better but at the same time preserve the essential character of the senate. if we were to propose a rules change that would say you need 51 votes for everything, we would be no more, no less than the house of representatives. there are some on our side, frankly i think my colleague from iowa at one point argued let's move the number down to 55. we're not doing that. the rules changes that we're entertaining are done in mind with preserving the character of the senate. and making sure that individual senator rights are protected and that the rights of the mino
of 17, and as governor of michigan i commuted her sentence. together we'll tell you our story, and then there is no way to describe the pain felt by this woman when her life was shattered by the murder of her brother. and while nothing can compare to a personal tragedy, there is a shared sadness when we watch a community collapse and certainly a shared sense of renewal when it is reborn and that is the story of detroit. (vo)answer: pour disaronno into a flute glass and top with prosecco. brought to you by disaronno. be originale. >>i jump out of my skin at people when i'm upset. do you share the sense of outrage that they're doing this, this corruption based on corruption based on corruption. >>i think that's an understatement, eliot. u>> i'm not prone tot. why that is. i think the mob learned from wall st., not vice versa. ♪ >> jennifer: you are back inside "the war room." i'm jennifer granholm on this night before thanksgiving as we breathe a sigh of relief over the course correction in the middle east, let's talk about human course correction the body of f
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